Colombian police say former Haitian official Badio gave order to assassinate Moïse

According to the Colombian police, former Haitian official Joseph Felix Badio, told Capador and Rivera that they were to assassinate the country's president,

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Colombian Police asserted this Friday (16) that those accused and arrested for the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse received the orders to assassinate the president after a meeting three days before the crime with former official of the Haitian Ministry of Justice, Joseph Felix Badio.

"'Several days before, apparently three, Joseph Felix Badio, who was a former official of the Ministry of Justice who worked in the anti-corruption commission with the General Intelligence Service, indicated to (Duberney) Capador and (Germán) Rivera that what they had to do was to assassinate the . . .

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